Hey everyone! Today I’m going to share some of my favorite and most used yarn brands with you. I’m sure I will be adding to this list, but for now these are the yarns I tend to gravitate towards. However, these aren’t in any specific order. I’ve also included some pictures of some items I have made using these yarns to help you get a better understanding of what it looks like once it’s worked up in a project. I hope you enjoy my favorite and most used yarn brands. Let me know what some of your favorite/most used yarns are in the comments below.
First, we have Deborah Norville Everyday Yarn, which is a soft, acrylic yarn that doesn’t pill. I really enjoy working with this yarn as I feel like it glides smoothly on my crochet hook. There are many solid colors available, but some variegated colors as well. Check out my granny square blanket pattern using Deborah Norville Everyday Yarn.
This soft, acrylic yarn is probably my most used yarn for baby items. Bernat Softee Baby has many different solid colors as well as some variegated colors. This yarn also has a pretty sheen to it, much like Caron Simply Soft. I enjoy working with this yarn and have no issues with it. However, some people have said that this yarn can split when working with it. Personally, I have never had that experience and I use it a lot.
Much like the other yarns, Caron Simply Soft is a soft acrylic yarn. This is classified as a #4 worsted weight yarn, but it’s more on the thinner side. This has a nice sheen to it and many, many different colors to choose from. I love working with this yarn, especially for scarves as I feel like everything turns out really pretty. Like the above yarn, people say it tends to split, however, I don’t find this is a major issue.
Next, we have this super plush yarn that is perfect for blankets (hence the name). You can purchase just the Bernat Blanket Yarn, which can be used for home décor or you can purchase Bernat Blanket Yarn for baby projects. Of course, you can always mix and match these two together as they are essentially the same. The baby line has more baby colors while the regular blanket yarn has more colors you would find in homes. I love the squishiness of this yarn and have made many blankets using this brand. I’ve also used it for my cat and it got her to sleep in her beds, which she didn’t before, so it is cat approved!
Loops & Threads Snuggly Wuggly
This is more of a DK weight baby yarn, but I find that it’s comparable to Bernat Softee Baby. This acrylic yarn is available in many different baby pastel colors. It is also available only at Michaels stores.
Finally, we have this Hobby Lobby exclusive yarn. This yarn comes in TONS of different solid and variegated colors. This is one of the softest acrylic yarns I have ever used. A lot of people have compared it to Red Heart Super Saver in terms of color options, but it is noticeably softer.
There you go! I hope you enjoyed reading about my favorite and most used yarn brands. Have you tried any of these yarn brands? What are some of your favorite yarns to work with?
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